Kyudo is a lamp because it combines both technical and functional innovations.
Fruit of the talent of the two young German designer Konstantin Landuris and Horst Wittmann (Hansandfranz study), that in the reflection of spaces and solutions, develop an approach unconventional and unorthodox.
Kyudo Kundalini is inspired by the ancient Japanese martial art of archery, ancient discipline that has its roots in Zen philosophy and is based on an attitude of inner concentration and diametrically opposed to Western rationalism. In his tap into distant cultures and ancestral meanings, Kyudo Kundalini uses materials and advanced technologies such as LEDs, which allows you to draw a real ribbon of light along one of two arcs that make up the structure of the lamp.
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